Creating Permanent Housing for US Veterans with a Replicable and Scalable Model – Enterprise Podcast Network

Dana Spain, Chair of the Board of Directors of the VBC Giving Foundation, whose commitment is to transform lives by providing high-quality, respectful housing for our working families, veterans, seniors and others in need where all residents can thrive, joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen host Eric Dye and guest Dana España discuss the following:

  1. Can you start by telling us about the VBC Giving Foundation?
  2. Can you tell us about your Veterans Village project in Philadelphia? How could such a project be duplicated elsewhere?
  3. What are the innovative methods that VBC uses to build this house?
  4. Besides housing, what other resources are provided to veterans?
  5. How do you hope to scale the VBC Giving Foundation in the next 5 years?
  6. How can philanthropic organizations best prepare for Giving Tuesday?

Diana Spain She is a serial businesswoman and philanthropist who gets her drive, passion, and dedication to her community from her parents. Dana’s Spain Development Group is committed to revitalizing Philadelphia’s neighborhoods. Dana is the visionary behind Fairmount @ Brewerytown. The transformation of the historic Acme Warehouse Distribution Center, into 237,000 square feet of mixed-use space.

Dana joined Volumetric Building Companies (VBC) to help expand the reach of modular construction and work on modular solutions to address America’s affordable and supportive housing crisis. Dana has followed her passion for animals and veterans, founding the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) in 2006 and HAVEN Women in 2017.


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